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Southeast and South Asia and Taiwan Universities (SATU)

1. Presidents' Forum of Southeast and South Asia and Taiwan Universities (SATU)

Presidents' Forum of Southeast and South Asia and Taiwan Universities (abbr. SATU Presidents' Forum) is first held in 2003 to provide a venue for academics to share their valuable experiences, and as a result, the quality of higher education and international cooperation in the region could be improved.In year 2005, the International Secretariat of SATU Presidents' Forum was established at National Cheng Kung University to coordinate and promote related activities.

SATU Presidents' Forum will be held biennially to achieve the following objectives:

1.      To strengthen academic cooperation among Taiwan and Southeast and South Asian countries.

2.      To foster internationalization through academic and cultural exchange and collaboration.

3.      To promote the quality of education, research and community services.

4.      To establish exchange programs for our universities’ students, faculty and administrative staff.

5.      To foster partnerships between industry and academia.

6.      To facilitate sustainability in economics, society and the environment.

SATU includes 74 members, among which has Foreign Trade University; Univerisity of Economics, HCM City; Vietnam National University, Hanoi; and Vietnam National University, HCM City from Vietnam.

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